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HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
YEARBOOK 




MEDIC 1987 



GRASPING THE 

INTANGIBLE 









Stethoscopes, reflex hammers, ophthalmoscopes; 
these are the tools of the physician. They enable 
us to examine all that we can see and hear — 
tangible things. Yet, in the practice of medicine, there is 
much which is not readily perceived. Disease and illness 
can, and often do, hide from us and our instruments. As 
doctors, we must find ways to surmount this dilemma, 
which has confounded physicians since the origins of the 
practice. We must use everything we have at our 
disposal and indeed, we possess a great many gifts upon 
which to call: our minds, our hearts, our desire to help 
others — all can drive us forward to define these things 
which we cannot see. They can help us grasp the 
intangible. 3 



PHILADELPHIA 

The Tangible City 



Philadelphia. City of brotherly love and 
athletic disaster, it was our home during 
our four years at Hahnemann. When we 
had time to take advantage of it, this city had 
much to offer. Hahnemann's Center City location 
put us right in the middle of the action, with 
several restaurants, bars and shops within 
walking distance. Philadelphia's skyline is 
dominated by William Penn, the city's founder, 
who stands high atop City Hall where nothing 
goes unseen. However, Billy is no longer "top 
dog," for Philadelphia has its own skyscraper 
currently under construction, the first building to 
stand taller than William Penn's hat. Look out 
New York skyline .... 




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Center City 




Philadelphia is quite a unique city in that its neighborhoods are still dominated 
by particular ethnic groups. South Philadelphia, the hub of Italian culture, is the 
place to go for an Italian feast, a Pat's Cheesesteak, or perhaps just a stroll 
through the open-air market. Deep in South Philly, one finds the Sports Complex, 
home of Philadelphia's professional sports teams. After the game, one could go 
north to Head House Square, where a Bass Ale at the Dicken's Inn might be in 
order. Once the whistle is wet, the stage is set to promenade down South Street, 
Philadelphia's own "Greenwich Village," where everything, and anything, goes. 



"South Philly 





Penn's Landing, as its name implies, is where the city's 
founder first dropped anchor. The Waterfront is always a 
popular place to visit, with its tall ships as the leading 
attraction. 




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Logan Square 



The Logan Square section of Philadelphia is right in Hahnemann's 
back yard. In the center of the square is one of the city's most 
impressive fountains (it is rumored that many a Hahnemann student 
set out to break the Olympic freestyle record after a long Thursday 
evening at Doc Watson's). Flanking the fountain are the Philadelphia 
Museum of Art and the Franklin Institute, where one may go to 
expand one's fund of general knowledge. 




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HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY 



The Academic Environs 



Broad and Vine was our address for four years, while we slaved away 
in pursuit of medical knowledge. Members of the Class of 1987 will 
not soon forget the early morning awakenings to attend lectures in 
Geary Auditorium during our preclinical years. If the three-day-old cup of 
coffee from Bonanza was not enough to wake us for the ensuing lectures, 
the loud horns of the Vine Street traffic as it intended to end our lives 
certainly did the job. On cold, windy winter days, classmates could be seen 
helplessly blown out of control in the 15th Street Wind Tunnel. Ronald 
McDonald, our next-door neighbor, was always willing to serve us fine 
cuisine with excellent service during late nights on call. 





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THE CLASS OF 1987 

More Than Meets The Eye 




The Class of 1987, the finest class to graduate since the Class of 1986, 
was made up of people from all walks of life and all civilized areas of the 
known free world, as well as California. We assembled in August of 1983, 
fresh from college, not knowing what lurked beyond the new, electric, 
automatic rotating door on 15th Street. For those who survived the first 
Gross Anatomy exam, there was always the second Physiology exam to help 
us along with applications to law school. Sophomore year brought us 
Pathology, Pharmacology, and new stethoscopes to wear around our necks. 



During third year, our Clinical skills 
increased exponentially, with some of 
us even able to hear heart sounds 
with that precious gift from Littman. 
Second year offered us freedom of 
choice and an ability to pursue our 
own areas of interest. It all went so 
fast, though. It seems like only 
yesterday Doctors DePace and 
Blumenstein were doing their Abbott 
and Costello routine. Where does it all 




CLASS OF 1987 




DOCTORS 



They work with herbs 

and penicillin. 

They work with gentleness 

and the scalpel. 

They dig out the cancer, 

close an incision 

and say a prayer 

to the poverty of the skin. 

They are not Gods 

though they would like to be; 

they are only human 

trying to fix up a human. 

Many humans die. 

They die like the tender, 

palpitating berries 

in November. 

But all along the doctors remember: 

First do no harm. 

They would kiss if it would heal. 

It would not heal. 

If the doctors cure 

then the sun sees it. 

If the doctors kill 

then the earth hides it. 

The doctors should fear arrogance 

more than cardiac arrest. 

If they are too proud, 

and some are, 

then they leave home on horseback 

but God returns them on foot. 



— Anne Sexton 



MEDIC 
MEDIC 
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1987 

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ADMINISTRATION 




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BERTRAM S. BROWN, M.D. 

President 




ISRAEL I. ZWERLING, M.D. 

Dean, School Of Medicine 




ARVIN I. LGBETKIN, PH.D. 

University Dean Of Students 



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HUGH D. BENNETT, M.D. 

Associate Dean Of Clinical Student Affairs 



SAMUEL N KOLMEN, PH.D. 

Associate Dean Of Academic Affairs 




SAMUEL BULLOCK M.D. 

Associate Dean Of Pre-Clinical Student Affairs 

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S. BENHAM KAHN, M.D. 

Associate Dean For Affiliations 



FACULTY 



Department Of Anatomy 




Front row (left to right): R.P. Meyer, J. Rubertone, D. DePace (Vice-chair), P.S. Amenta (Chairman), A. Ladman, R. Chou. Second row (left to right): A. 
Grigonis, M. Kennedy, S. Zarro, S. Wieland, A. Haroian, J. Churchill. 



Department Of Biological Chemistry 




Front row (left to right): G. Jacobsohn, C. Angstadt, M. Jorns, J. Baggott, T. Conover. Second row (left to right): J. Ch'ih, J. Swaney, L. Scerbo, F. El 
Asmar, T. Devlin (Chairman), J. Alexander. Missing: M. Esfahani, G. Soslau. 



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Department Of Pathology 




Front row (L to R): G. Biesecker, F. Kayne, S. Finkelstein, S. Cohen (Chairman), G. Lumb. Second row (L to R): F. Sunderman, E. Koiwai, M. 
Zimmerman. H. Rottenberg, S. Moriber Katz, D. Schwartz, P. Buccelli. Third row: (L to R): J. Piccolo, G. Lamb, S. Ward, W. Thayer, R. Vanderlinde, P. 
Amenta, W. Kashatus. 



Department Of Pharmacology 




Seated (L to R): V. Zarro. A. Ferko, R. McMichael, W. Chernick (Chairman). Standing (L to R): G. Sterling, E. Barbieri, E. Bobyock. R. Sample, P. 
Bradford. Missing: G. DiGregorio, B. Calesnick, J. DiPalma. 



Department Of Microbiology And Immunology 




First row (L to R): J. Hammel, R. Crowell (Chairman), N. Yamamoto. Second row (L to R): B. Landau, R. Rest, C. Long, E. Blankenhorn, M. Schultz, M. 
Bramucci. Third row (L to R): W. Weidanz, A. Vaidya, D. Stieritz. Missing: A. Bondi, L. Hsu, D. Moore, B. Ngwenya. 

Department Of Humanities And Social Sciences 




Seated (L to R): M. King, E. Schuster. Standing (L to R): G. Bello, W. Green (Chairman), D. Flood. 



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Department Of Mental Health Sciences 











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First row (L to R): P. Cummings, B. Lackie, P. Nolan, A. Arce (Chairman), H. Rosen, H. Belmont. Second row (L to R): G. Gardiner, F. Levine, J. 
Schwartz, J. Barr, I. Ficher, L. Melman, M. Swift, G. Lord. Third row (L to R): M. Prout, E. Volkman, S. Risen, F. Ulitsky, R. Nathan, S. Bullock. Missing: 
J. Abrams, R. Kravis, R. Caruso, C. DeCato, D. Dulicai, A. Elwork, C. Glaskin, E. Guy, R. Hays, D. Metzger, I. Nagy, P. Silver, G. Spivack, A. Stewart, S. 
Walkenstein. 



Department Of Pediatrics 




Seated (L to R): S. Hulman, M. Graub (Chairman), B. Falkner. Second row (L to R): E. Eshaghpour, M. Daly, M. CurtisCohen, J. Fahl, J. Ross, F. Briglia. 
Third row (L to R): M. Jacquette, D. Holsclaw, C. Brill, A. Pizzica, M. Goldstein. Missing: H. Chawla, E. Dunsky, J. Kaplan, G. Iskandrian, D. Dvorin, C. 
Habboushe. 



Department Of Medicine 




First row (L to R): A. Huppert, H. Clearfield (Acting Chairman), D. Naide, M. DiNubile. Second row (L to R): R. Soricelli, S. Bowman, A. Molavi, E. 
Cosgrove, S. Russin. Third row (L to R): S. Bender, R. DeHoratius, S. Rashatwar, B. Matteucci, K. Kim, G. Scharf. Missing: P. Anisman, R. Barg, G. 
Bendersky, P. Benditt, H. Bennett, J. Betesh, S. Binnick, L. Borowsky, J. Brezin, M. Brignols, G. Chalal, K. Chalal, J. Chintz, R. Chvala, A. Cichelli, J. 
Corvasce, M. Desai, V, Dinoso, E. Dunsky, A. Freedman, J. Gambescia, R. Goldstein, D. Herman, Z. Hernandez, L. Horowitz, I. Huber, A. Iskandrian, R. 
Jacoby, L. Krevolin, C. Levitsky, A. Lewis, H. Maguire, B. Manno, D. Mason, T. Mazich, J. Murphy, S. Murthy, W. Oaks, A. Olshan, R. Promisloff, S. 
Rattner, L. Rose, A. Schwartz, J. Shinnick, A. Silverberg, S. Snyder, S. Spielman, C. Swartz, L. Van Voris, J. Weber, R. Weinberg, R. Weiss, W. Weiss, N. 
Zitomer. 



Department Of Surgery 




Front row (L to R): A. Pearce, T. Matsumoto (Chairman), A. Barnaby, M. Perlman, S. Simonian. Second row (L to R): T. Gain, P. Gonick, R. Hill, C. 
Pavlides, D. Saris, S. Greenstein. Last rows: Surgical Residents. Missing: G. Amrom, R. Bower, G. Elkouss, J. Finnegan, J. Gislason, L. Jonas, O. Khanna, 
E. Micek, P. Pellegrino, M. Seitchik, L. Silverstein, D. Weinstein, C. Wolferth, P. Wolfson. 



Department Of Obstetrics And Gynecology 




Left to Right: S. Powell, M. Alden, S. Myers, M. Spence (Chairman), A. Wong, H. Kotwal, S. Robbins, A. W. Ayres. Missing: J. Smith, K. Dawley, M. 
Moloney, S. Wolf. 



Department Of Anesthesiology 




Front (L to R): D. Seitman, J. Shutack, J. Brajer, H. Rosenberg (Chairman), M. Keykhah. Back (L to R): J. Fletcher, R. Storella, R. Padolina, P. Colonna, 
J. Siler, S. Fisher, D. Glatter. Missing: D. Gray, J. Horrow, J. Levitt, N. Lingaraju, M. Mazala. 



Department Of Diagnostic Radiology 




First row (L to R): R. Peyster, M. Haskin (Chairman), J. G. Teplick, S. Teplick. Second row (L to R): S. Glick, P. Spirn, G. Wyatt, P. Laffey, E. Schwartz. 
Third row (L to R): J. Sammon, G. Silverstein, M. Rossman, E. Faerber. Missing: S. Berger, E. Hoover, B. Hershey, E. Himmelstein, P. Haskin, A. Wilson, 
M. Capitanio, B. Wolfson, M. Gainey, E. Smergel. 



Department Of Neurology 




First row (L to R): J. Kuperman, L. Green, E. Mancall (Chairman), C. Winkelman. Second row (L to R): G. Parry, M. Leopold, B. Bogdanoff, S. Kiel. Third 
row (L to R): J. Bell A. Tahmoush, L. Gray, M. Feldman, C. Brill. Missing: T. Heiman-Patterson. 



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Department Of Neurosurgery 




Front row (L to R): R. Markowitz, A. Mechanic, P. Black (Chairman), T. Nowak, V. Shankar. Second row (L to R): T. McCormack, R. Goodman, J. 
Cabrera. Third row (L to R): A. Nanda, C. Daley, J. Harris, K. Strocko, D. Johnson, C. Hand, S. Finkelstein. Missing: B. Walsh, D. Dillard, N. Wilson. 



Department Of Cardiothoracic Surgery 




Front row (L to R): I. Goel, M. Strong, Y. Kresh, S. Brockman (Chairman). Second row (L to R): F. Osborne, J. Vilaro, M. Rosen, R. Kuretu. Third row (L 
to R): L. Samuels, H. Fronc, M. Maquillan, R. MacMillan. 



Department Of Ophthalmology 




First row (L to R): J. Ettenson, A. Shapiro, R. Peairs, H. Levy, R. Asbell. Second row (L to R): A. Belson, D. Horowitz, D. Soil (Chairman), C. Michaelson, 
J. Polito. Third row (L to R): M. Daniels, D. Grossman, E. Thomas. 



Department Of Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery 




Front (L to R): J. Christian, F. Torrisi, W.W. Weiss. Jr. (Chairman), M. Loftus, G. Forjohn. Back (L to R): G. O'Keefe, A. Rowan, R. Orban, S. Snyder, N. 

DiNardo. 



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Department Of Otorhinolaryngology 




Left to Right: P. Mahood, R. Lesser, R. J. Wolfson (Chairman). 

Department Of Physiology 
And Biophysics 



Department Of 
Orthopedic Surgery 




G. C. Salmoiraghi, Chairman 


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A. T. Berman, Chairman 



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Department Of Neoplastic Diseases 







I. Brodsky, Chairman 



R. Bigler 


D. Gillespie 


S. Bulova 


H. Hubbell 


W. Carter 


S. B. Kahn 


J. Conroy 


L. Krueger 


P. Crilley 


D. Morgan 


K. Fuscaldo 


D. Strayer 



Likoff Cardiovascular Institute 




G. Anderson 




C. Bemis 


J. Morganroth 


S. Bender 


D. Naide 


J. Carver 


1. Panidis 


E. Catherwood 


R. Pennock 


N. Cristal 


R. Porter 


J. Gladstone 


P. Procacci 


D. Kimbris 


M. Resnick 


S. Kutalek 


S. Saris 


W. Likoff 


S. Snyder 


J. Magistrelli 


S. Spitzer 


D. Mason 


R. Vassallo 


G. Mintz 


M. Victor 



W.S. Frankl, Chairman 



Department Of Radiation Oncology And Nuclear 
Medicine 




L. Brady, Chairman 



J. Antoniades 


T. Honda 


(J. Karlsson 


M. Croll 


A. Markoe 


C. Miller 


J. Day 


G. McCarthy 


W. Sewall 


D. Ewing 


S. Prasasvinichai 


E. H. Synn 


D. Faust 


W. Serber 


J. Wenger 


J. Glassburn 


R. Torpie 


D. Woo 


N. Heindel 


B. Micaily 


J. Emrich 


D. Lightfoot 


E. Tepper 


S. Fisher 


P. Hodes 


R. Bertoli 


K. Games 


B. Amendola 


E. Choi 


M. Lansu 


K. Antoniades 


S. Dadparvar 


J. Rubin 


H. D. Burns 


E. Graeffe 


W. Slizofsky 


P. Carmichael 


C. Horowitz 


R. Woodleigh 


J. Damsker 


H. Jacobson 





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MEDIC 
MEDIC 
MEDIC 

MEDIC 
MEDIC 




MEDICAL STUDENT INSTITUTE 




Left to Right: G. Neubert (Treasurer), M. Friedman (Exec. Committeemanatlarge), D. Rand (President), S. Petrides 
(Secretary), T. Teather (Vice President). 





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CLASS OFFICERS 



Class Of 1990 



Front, Left to Right: 

Howard Brown (Student Affairs) 
Michele Holding (Basic Science Promotions) 
Linda Buchanan (Secretary) 
Karen Tsujimoto (Treasurer) 
Charles Dakins (MSI Representative) 
Lauren Simon (MSI Representative) 
Erika Hoffman (Basic Science Curriculum) 
Fernando Bonanni (President) 
Top: Scott Ashton (Vice President) 



Class Of 1989 



Seated, Left to Right: 

Mark Testiuti (MSI Representative) 
Chong Park (President) 

Standing, Left to Right: 

Paul Fallon (Vice President) 
Greg Bauer (Secretary) 
Dave Babins (MSI Representative) 
Laurel Hansch (Treasurer) 



Class Of 1988 



Left to Right: 

Herb Gaston (MSI Representative) 
Heather Sankey (Vice President) 
Sheila Burick (Secretary) 
Mitch Friedman (President) 

Missing: Terry Saris (MSI Representative) 
Garo Magerian (Treasurer) 



Class of 1987 



Front, Left to Right: 

Michael Caplan (Treasurer) 

Kevin Kasper (MSI Representative) 

Back, Left to Right: 

Jerry Manoukian (MSI Representative) 
Laura Rand (Vice President) 
Jeffrey Nard (President) 
Kirsten Hauer (Secretary) 
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AMERICAN MEDICAL 

STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




Seated (L to R): R. Spingarn, L. Simon. Standing (L to R): M. Kaplan, S. Berkowitz. 



STUDENT NATIONAL 
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 



AMERICAN MEDICAL 
fill WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION 




V. Concepcion, E. Roberts, K. Smith, P. Taylor. Missing: L. Chapman 



Front (L to R): R. Davis, G. Bacu Back (L to R): D. Fleischer. I. Zwirn. 
Missing: S. Slogosky. 



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BED RACE 1986 




Photos courtesy of Jean Dorman. 



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INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL 




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MEDIC 1987 STAFF 

EDITOR: Jeanne Marotta 

BUSINESS 

MANAGER: Chuck Dugan 



Assistant Editors: 



Class of '87 Layouts: 



Steve Naide 
Jeff Nard 
Laura Rand 
Donna Showers 
Karen Tom 




Karen Tom 
Donna Showers 
Marc Tecce 

Bobbi Barchiesi 
Anita Bhambhani 
Diane Corallo 
Scott Duemler 
Ken Mendelson 



Class of '88 Layouts: Don St. Claire 
Chris Olivia 

Class of '89 Layouts: Greg Bauer 

Roger Spingarn 

Class of '90 Layouts: llene Katz 
John Nawa 

Copy: Marc Tecce 

Ken Mendelson 

Typing: Phil Brodak 
Laura Rand 



Photos: 



Jeanne Marotta 
Jonathan Wilson 
Jeffrey Azzalina 
Ben Darhun 
Rich O'Flynn 
Marc Tecce 
Dave Salinger 
Bill Coll 



Rich Zamarin 
Dave Breznick 
Greg Bauer 
Roger Spingarn 
Mitch Friedman 
llene Katz 
Don St. Claire 



Josten's Representative: Bill O'Brien 




Front Row (L to R): J. Marotta, L. Rand, K. Tom. Second Row (L to R): K. Mendelson, M. Tecce, D. Corallo, D. Breznick, I. Katz. Third Row (L to R); J. Nawa, G. 
Bauer, R. Spingarn, C. Dugan, S. Duemler 












Seated (L to R): D. St. Claire, R. Zamarin, D. Showers, J. Marotta, R. Hamilton. Standing: S. Naide 



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Hi-ho, Hiho! It's off to class we go! 



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'I don't know, Deniz, they must have cememted his mouth shut when they built the wall." 




"Bartender, give me a stiff Shirley Temple, straight up 



'I made $30,000 in Gaston Financial Note Service Stock last year!' 



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The name's Bond — James Bond. 



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After years of dancing around our true feelings, we decided to elope. Marc tries to pick up chicks at a Hahnemann dance with his impressive collection of Bariur 

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So much to choose from . . . what's a girl to do? 




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(L to R) Sneezy, Sleepy, Happy, Dopey, Grumpy (Doc and Bashful 
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Go away boy, ya bother me! 




And when it's time to relax 




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It's an Xray. Don't bother me with details! 




Four more of these and I'm dean, baby! 



I know what you want for Christmas! 




Yeah, yeah — more coffee — yeah more coffee 



See Nader read. Read Nader, read. 



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Class Of 1987 



EXPRESSIONS 




FRANCIS MICHAEL ADAMS, M.D. 

Georgetown University 




BRADLEY M. ANDERSON, M.D. 

Washington State University 
University Of Washington 




COREY D. ARCELAY, M.D. 

Brown University 




JOSEPH F. BAGNICK, M.D. 

University Of Scranton 






If you have a goal in life 

that takes a lot of energy 

that incurs a great deal of interest 

and that is a challenge to you, 

you will always look 

forward to waking up to 

see what the new day brings. 

if you find a person in your life 
that understands you completely 
that shares your ideas 
and that believes in everything you do 
you will always look forward to the night 
because you will never be lonely. 
• Susan Polis Schutz 



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Bucknell University 









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University Of Pittsburgh 




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^ JEANNE MARIE BECKWITH, M.D. 

Gannon University 




JOEL ALAN BENNETT, D.D.S., M.D. 

New York University 




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RANDALL REED BENSON, M.D. 

Washington University At St. Louis 




98 



PETER BERMAN, M.D. 

Johns Hopkins University 




SCOTT S. BERMAN, M.D. 

Pennsylvania State University 




ANITA M. BHAMBHANI, M.D. 

Lehigh University 




JOSEPH J. BRADY, M.D. 

Drexel University 




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ANNE SARAH BRAUNSTEIN, M.D. 

University Of California At Riverside 



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PHILIP PAUL BRODAK, M.D. 

Gannon University 




JERRELL SCOTT BROWN, M.D. 

University Of California At Davis 




105 



LEONARD L. BRZOZOWSKI, M.D. 

Gannon University 




106 



BRIAN BURGESS, M.D. 

Geneva College 
State University Of New York At Stony Brook 




JOHN STEPHEN BURNETT, M.D. 

University Of Scranton 




TERRANCE MICHAEL CALDER, M.D. 

Temple University 







CHRISTOPHER S. CANNON, M.D. 

Pennsylvania State University 



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MICHAEL S. CAPLAN, M.D. 

University Of Pennsylvania 





KARL CHAN, M.D. 

University Of California At Berkley 





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JOY CHERNEGA, M.D. 

Dickinson College 
Duke University 





STEPHEN A. CHIDYLLO, D.D.S., M.D, 

Queen's College, City University Of New York 

State University Of New York At Buffalo 

School Of Dentistry 



I would like to dedicate this page to my family who 
without the joint efforts of all of them this dream would 
have never become a reality. 

To my grandparents; Who as immigrants had the 
courage to leave their families behind for the hope of 
having a better life in this country. 

To my parents; Who had the love for each other and 
their children, to guide and nurture me through life and 
yet allowed me to have the flexibility to develop my 
own character. 

To my aunts and uncles; who pitched in whenever 
necessary to provide me with the support I needed to 
strive ahead towards my goal. 

To my brother; Who taught me the meaning of 
success, perseverance and tenacity, he always sup- 
ported my journey no matter how bleak it might have 
looked at times. 

To my sister; Who helped me through the difficult 
times with an understanding heart, a sympathetic ear 
and always an open house to stay in. 

This degree is being shared by all of us: I may have 
contributed the many hard hours of studying and the 
years of my life, however many others contributed 
their prayers, love, home cooked meals and finances to 
make it all possible. I pray for God's blessing and 
guidance throughout my life in my career of medicine. 



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SIMON SIN MIN CHCING, M.D. 

University Of Pennsylvania 




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ELSIE M. COLIN, M.D. 

Long Island University 







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DIANE MARIE CORALLO, M.D. 

Cabrini College 






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Saint Joseph's University 








Love and Thanks to my 
family who helped make 
this dream a reality. 
My Mom and Dad 
My Grandmother 
My Sister Kathy 
My brother Chris 
and our dog Fluffy 




'They conquer who believe they can' 
-Emerson 



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'What!! Me a Doctor?" 




The Gang 



"A special thanks to Jesus and 
to the Blessed Mother who 
have answered my own, my 
family's and my friends' pray- 
ers over the years. 



If you have Faith . . . 
nothing shall be impos- 
sible unto you." 
Matthew 17:20 



"We choose our next 
world through what 
we learn in this one. 
Learn nothing and the 
next world is the same 
as this one." 

Jonathan Living- 
ston Seagull 



Cape May. NJ, my summer 
and weekend retreat that 
would always bring me back 
to reality. 





DANIEL DESSABLES, M.D. 

Saint John's University 







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DOMENICK DIRICO, M.D. 

Manhattanville College 




EUGENE J. DIXON, 
M.D. 

Stevens Institute 
Of Technology 




PATRICIA DORNEY, M.D. 

New York University 
Schwartz College Of Pharmacy 





"Consider the lilies of the field, how they 
grow: they labor not, neither do they spin . 




SCOTT K. DUEMLER, M.D. 

Furman University 



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"So, where's the floor?" 
from "THE Ostermess-Decor 
Better Homes & Garden Oct 
'86. 

"Genesis? . . . Still??" 
"oily river tension glass" 
from "Man in Time Goes 
East"; The Philadelphian, 
Aug. '83. 



"Maybe we should've gone more often." 
from "Singing Single Not-So-Joyful Sounds" Retrospective Magazine, May 
'87. 



. . then we got more drinks sent from the guys across the room" 
"Heads Turn in Miami" Travel Magazine, Apr. '84. 



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University Of Pennsylvania 



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M.D. 

Saint Francis College 
University Of Dayton 




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CARL E. EBY, M.D. 

Wilkes College 





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TODD D. EDWARDS, M.D. 

Duquesne University 




GREGORY J. ELBERFELD, M.D. 

University Of Rochester 




JOSEPH WILLIAM FANELLE, M.D. 

Villanova University 




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RONALD M. FERDMAN, M.D. 

University Of California At San Diego 




KATHY LEE FINE, M.D. 

Colorado College 




GARY JAY FISHBEIN, M.D. 

University Of Rochester 





ROBERT FROMUTH, M.D. 

Sonoma State University 





"The men where you live," said the little prince, "raise five 
thousand roses in the same garden — and they do not find in it 
what they are looking for." 

"They do not find it," I replied. 

"And yet what they are looking for could be found in one 
single rose, or in a little water." 

"Yes, that is true," I said. 

And the little prince added: 

"But the eyes are blind. One must look with the heart ..." 
-Antoine de Saint Exupery 




134 



MICHAEL J. FCICCI, M.D. 

Lehigh University 




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CHRISTOPHER M. GOODMAN, M.D. 

Yale College 




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JCISTIN D. GREEN, M.D. 

University Of Colorado 








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REED PALMER HA AG, JR., M.D. 

Wilkes College 




JOSEPH FRANCIS HAKAS, JR., M.D. 

Pennsylvania State University 











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MATTHEW D. HALL, M.D. 

Millersville University Of Pennsylvania 




BILL H. HALMI, M.D. 

Amherst College 



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About Safaris-Ask Billie— He's Nine! | 



NEW YORK. — Lesi 



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charged by ■ i* 
Africa. 
It didn't (hange 
' Noae of ftfl biiKoi freckles thai 
blanket his all boj* lace ba« 
been bleached out by (fJ 
he *ls, he idniiU. 

* "Oil, yeah." it he« He pals 
It quietly. "Th«e Buys !'•>< 
rhiao leO ■*«** |jPfH Ql " 

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eUicr. I saw C oc|tip eve. 
when liicy broke it little — 
p. oot elephant bid ■ tusk Did > 
at. But hell gro* it back. Myjpeople* 
Ithet told me that, too." 

r It Robert Mai 
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They were all very ami 
and poetic and technical — but 



who's Irompe-rt the j 

account. He dvesn't \> 
Information, bf! answer 
U«u namely. Such at: 

Arc there other d.ingn 
Imals in the jurjrle? 



: Outdoors! 



crocodiles sleep a lot. 
o the* do they have 
their Jaws opeo. and skimmers 
(those ire birds) fly in their 
months and pick food out of the 
err.e0d.le5' teeth. That's ft kind 
o{ funny thing.". 
HOW AltOLT LIONS? 
"Oil. well, lioos sleep 

at every three days 



Lions doo't tangle 
cheetahs, just like people don' 
That would be like human 
eating humans, because 1 
and cheetahs arc both cats 
lions eat elephants sometim 

Really? 

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don't think they altac 



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test teeth >o' 
1st the boys 
ire any toy*. 
They play with 



Did you enjoy the safari, Oil 
e! Would you recommend ■ 
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"OH, VrFt.I., SURE. Ele 
phaols. On the — what do joi 

call it? — r-ietvation. people' play uith me. But one day n 
feed bananas to the rlephajltst mother wore a coat- that hai 
and Ihey get a sweet tooth for the skin of a leopard Inside (thel 
bananas, and sometimes when Imine) ar.d I'lll/ .5»fr It and ( 
.It gets r^al strong and lhcy [thought It was a ,teal leopard|( 
want a hanana and you don'l'aad bil her. It didn't 
ha»e aoy bananas, they smashlmurh. and Mom took off IheA 
your car." coat and thry were friends, 

Wo", By stomping on it T ag.-im. Monkeys are fun lik 

1 "No, they pick up the car in that." 

. tbe.r tr^nk and drop it down. | Did you happen to iff »n 
other goodihyenai? 

They're like" littl 
p'unls. Itey keep mud on Iheirjbears, when you look at then- 
all the time or else Ihrlrjbul lley sound acarey at night I 



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VISIT THE AREA'S 




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RICHARD J. HAMILTON, M.D, 

University Of Pennsylvania 




142 



F. TODD HARAD, M.D. 

Muhlenberg College 




CINDY BONHAM HARNEY, M.D. 

Wilkes College 




SEAN PATRICK HARNEY, M.D. 

Wilkes College 




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KIRSTEN ANDREA HAUER, M.D. 

Juniata College 




STUART B. HIMMELSTEIN, M.D. 

Muhlenberg College 







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WEI TERESA HSU, M.D., Ph.D. 

National Taiwan University 
University Of Pennsylvania 



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S. MICHAEL IMPERIALE JR., M.D. 

Villanova University 






"We are now in the age 
when we must hang togeth- 
er, or we will most certainly 
hang separately." 

Benjamin Franklin 




CRAIG LANE ISRAELITE, M.D. 

Lehigh University 




150 



JUDITH L. JACOBUS, M.D. 

Gannon University 





Anyone who is determined to reach his destina- 
tion is not deterred by the roughness of the road 
that leads to it." 

■St. Gregory the Great 





HOWARD KANE, O.D., M.D. 

University Of Pittsburgh 
Pennsylvania College Of Optometry 







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Saint Joseph's University 







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LaSalle University 
Hannemann University 



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and ww at* responsible for your desires, 

tfien you \Ji(C ackeiJe* your dreams. 




MICHAEL M. KAWAGCICHI, M.D. 

University Of Southern California 









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MARGARET VIRGINIA KEMP, M.D. 

Bethany College 





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CRAIG S. KIMMEL, M.D. 

Gannon University 





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Grove City College 





The Kimpels of Wurtemburg 
are making a family affair out of 
the sixth annual running of the 
Ledger-sponsored 10K race at 9 
a.m. tomorrow 

Margaret "Peg" Kimpel, 48. of 
600 Meadowland Ave. is one of 
20 women who have signed up to 
run the 6.2 miles, according to 
Ed Leymarie, chairman of the 
event. 

Mrs. Kimpel's husband. Bob. 
48, is among the 82 men who 
have signed up, Leymarie report 
ed. 

Beckie Kimpel, 26, of Philadel 
phia, daughter of the Kimpels, 
also signed up and so has her 
sister, Mary Kimpel Glenn, 25, 
and Mary"s husband, Douglas 
Glenn, 24. The Glenns are from 
Wichita. Kan. 

Kimpel, a local jeweler, ran the 
race last year as well as in 1983. 
His daughter Beckie also ran last 
year and so did his son-in-law 
Douglas Glenn. It is the first time 
for Mrs. Kimpel and for her 
daughter Mary. 





Generation 

(rswl) After 

^Generation 
After Generation... 

SERVING YOU! 




JEWELERS, INC. 

EUVVOOD CITY, PA. 
5J8 Lowrence Ave . 758 85*8 



PHILIP E. KISTLER, JR., M.D 

West Chester State College 





Seth W. Kistler, M.D. 
Hahnemann Class of 1901 

Great Grandfather 




Clarence P. Kistler, M.D. 
Hahnemann • Class of 1928 

Grandfather 



Philip E. Kistler, M.D. 
Temple • Class of 1955 

Father 



Philip E. Kistler Jr., M.D. 
Hahnemann • Class of 1987 



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WILLIAM ALEXANDER KISTLER, M.D. 

Colgate University 









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CHRISTOPHER GERALD KRUPP, M.D. 

Wabash College 




SPENCER JOSEPH KWONG, M.D. 

University Of California At Riverside 





162 



JAMES WILLIAM LANE, M.D. 

Gannon University 






163 



ALAN VINCENT LEE, M.D. 

Widener College 







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LISA C. LEE, M.D. 

University Of Pennsylvania 





NICOLE LEE, M.D. 

Williams College 




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CORY M. LESSNER, M.D. 

Emory University 

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State University Of New York At Binghamton 













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KAREN R. LEVY, M.D. 

The American University 




169 



GIUSEPPE LIMANDRI, PH.D., M.D, 

Henderson State University 
University Of Pennsylvania 




170 



WILLIAM BECK MACLEAN, M.D. 

University Of California At Santa Barbara 





'No matter where you go, there you are 
— B. Banzai 



ELIOT GEE MAH, M.D. 

University Of California At Davis 



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ROBERT ANTHONY MANGANO, M.D. 

Gannon University 




JERRY LEE MANOUKIAN, M.S., M.D. 

University Of California At Davis 



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Thought for the week: 

"Rule No. 1 is, Don't sweat 
the small stuff. Rule No. 2. 
is, It's all small stuff." 
—Robert S. Eliot 



Zippy character reprinted with permission. 



MINA E. MARK, M.D. 

Case Western Reserve University 




STEVEN P. MARON, M.D. 

University Of California At Davis 



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JEANNE MAROTTA, M.D. 

University Of Scranton 




KAVEH MATIN, M.D. 

California State University At Fuilerton 




DENNIS E. MAYER, M.D. 

Franklin And Marshall College 




JOSEPH C. MCALLISTER, M.D. 

University Of Scranton 




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JAMES FREDERICK MCGUCKIN, JR., 

MJD. 

University Of Notre Dame 




"The greatest help in making a diag- 
nosis is a knowledge of the possibili- 
ties." 

— F. Aegerler 



181 



WILFRED C. MCKENZIE, M.D. 

Cornell University 




ELON H. MEHR, M.D. 

Hofstra University 




183 




KENNETH L. MENDELSON, M.D, 

Washington University 



This page is dedicated to those who made it all 
possible: 






To my father, for the high expectations he set for 
me, and for working overtime to put me through 
college. 





To my mother, for her unquestioning support, and 
for not pushing me toward a particular career. 




To the sagacious men and women of the Hahne- 
mann University Admissions Committee who, after 
careful deliberation, pronounced me a worthy can- 
didate. 



And to the U.S. Navy, for providing an enticing way to go 
through medical school. 



184 



SHELDON MESHCILAM, M.D. 

University Of California At Los Angeles 




HOWARD M. METZGER, JR., M.D. 

Washington And Lee University 
University Of Pittsburgh 




STEPHEN JULIUS MIGLIORI, M.D 

Brown University 





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THOMAS A. MIKOLINNAS, PH.D., 

M.D. 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute 





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JOHN KEVIN MORAN, M.D. 

Temple University 










Thanks to my family and friends for 
their love and support. 



189 






THOMAS MORRIS, M.D. 

Emory University 



"Someday we'll look back on this, and it wil 
all seem funny." 

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"Right. (The patients) have diseases, and by God 
we treat them: aggressively, objectively, com- 
pletely, and we never give up." 

"Well, that's just it. I've been taught that the 
treatment for them is to do nothing. The more you 
do, the worse they get." 

What? Who taught you that?" 

"The Fat Man." 

The words plowed two furrows on the (Chief of 
Medicine's) brow, and he said, "surely you don't 
believe the Fat Man, do you?" 

"Well, at first I did think it was crazy, but then I 
tried it out for myself, and surprisingly, it worked. 
When I tried your way — Jo's way — they devel- 
oped incredible complications. I'm not sure yet, 
but I think the Fat Man had a point. He's nobody's 
fool, Sir." 

"I don't understand. The Fat Man taught you that 
to deliver no medical care is the most important 
thing you can do?" 

"The Fat Man said that that was the delivery of 
medical care." 

"What? To do nothing?" 

"That's doing something. We do as much nothing 
as we can . . . ." 

— The House of God, 1978 





"T.E. McGeachy, M.D. 
"1905-1973" 





MICHAEL E. MULLINS, M.D. 

Washington University 





191 



KIRK MURPHY, M.D. 

University Of California At Santa Barbara 




ANDREW H. MURR, M.D. 

Boston University 




MICHAEL A. MCISHO, M.D. 

CIrsinus College 




STEVEN E. NAIDE, M.D. 

LaSalle University 




JEFFREY H. NARD, M.D. 

Purdue University 




ANDERS P. NELSON, M.D. 

University Of Scranton 




M.D. 

Saint Joseph's University 
Hahnemann University 





MACAULAY AIGBE OJEAGA, M.D. 

Lincoln University, Pennsylvania 




199 



STEPHEN G. OPSASNICK, M.D. 

University Of Scranton 




KENNETH VALENTIN OSTERMANN, 

M.D. 

Gannon University 




PATRICIA P. PAPADOPOULOS, M.D. 

St. Louis University 




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BRYAN PATRICK, M.D. 

University Of Pittsburgh At Johnstown 


















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University Of Connecticut 



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ROBERT PECK, M.D. 

University Of Pennsylvania 





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AN H. PHAM, M.D. 

University Of Pennsylvania 








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NANCY POEHLMANN, M.D. 

St. Joseph's University 





CHRISTOPHER THOMAS PYNE, M.D. 

Saint Lawrence University 



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ILENE S. RABIN, M.D. 

Lafayette College 





NADER RAHMANIAN, M.D. 

Temple University 











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LAURA H. RAND, M.D. 

University Of California At Irvine 




My best friend and emotional support. 




My family — who was always there for me. 

I owe much; I have 

^^^■^^ nothing. 

|^k I give the rest to the 

poor. 

— Francois 
Rabelais 
(1495-1553) 





CLASS VICE PRESIDENT 




Ann and Craig Webster — thanks for staying friends over four years 
and 3.000 miles. 




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There was always time for a little fun! 



211 




LENORE BUNTIN ROBERTS, M.D, 

Lake Erie College 



212 



HILTON J. RODRIGUEZ, M.D. 

Loyola College 







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JEFFREY STEVEN ROMEO, M.D. 

University Of California At Los Angeles 



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Boston University 




MICHAEL B. ROSEN, M.D. 

Johns Hopkins University 




TONI C. ROTH, M.D. 

Lehigh University 




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SUSAN E. ROWLING, M.D. 

Case Western Reserve University 




MICHAEL DONALD RUPP, M.D. 

Wilkes College 




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DAVID J. SALINGER, M.D. 

Long Island University 




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BARRY SAMLIN, M.D. 

Temple University School Of Pharmacy 




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FANIA L. SAMUELS, M.D. 

University Of Rochester 




LOUIS EDWARD SAMUELS, M.D. 

University Of Rochester 




SUE A. SCHEMEL, M.D. 

University Of Massachusetts 




ROBERTA L. SCHERR, M.D. 

Trinity College 




PATRICIA ANN SCHRADER, M.D. 

Rutgers University 




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San Francisco State University 












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Wilkes College 



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love and support, and in loving 
memory of my grandmother for 
her inspiration. 



SUNIL SHARMA, M.D. 

Adelphi University 





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JOHN LUEN SHEN, M.D, 

University Of Pittsburgh 




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OWEN J. SHIBATA, M.D. 

University Of California At Davis 









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JAMES RUSSELL SHOPE, M.D. 

Albright College 




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My grandparents — Everyone should be lucky enough to have these two 
couples. 



"Patient in the E.R.? I'm not on call today!' 



DONNA HAWKE SHOWERS, M.D. 

Millersville University 



To Tom, 

Without you I would never have 
gone to medical school. Half of my 
success and all of my love are yours 

To Mom, 

Who wrote to me every week 
during school, and 

To Barb, 

Who kept me sane during all of 
this. 





JEFFREY L. SILVEIRA, M.D. 

University Of California At Davis 









ARCHIE J. SIRIANNI, M.D. 

Albright College 





KAREN ANN SMITH, M.D. 

Lehigh University 




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SANDRA J. SMITH, M.D. 

West Chester University 




LARRY SOKOLIC, M.D. 

University Of Pennsylvania 




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JONATHAN WOOD SPIVACK, M.D. 

Cornell University 





SAMUEL J. SHERMAN, M.D. 

George Washington University 




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MARC ANTHONY TECCE, M.D. 

University Of Pennsylvania 





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KAREN A. TOM, M.D. 

Albion College 




ALAN D. TONG, M.D. 

Occidental College 





ROSAIRE VERNA, R.N., M.D. 

Drexel University 



With gratitude to my husband for his uninterrupted love, patience 
and humor — and to my family for their unfailing support. 



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LINDA A. WAKE, M.D. 

University Of Rochester 
New York University 




DEIRDRE VICTOR WALSH, M.D. 

Swarthmore College 




JAY WEINSTEIN, M.D. 

Queens College 








ALLAN STUART WEISS, 
M.A.H.P., M.D. 

University Of California At Los Angeles 
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Vassar 




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JEANINE WHITEHEAD, M.D. 

State University Of New York At Stonybrook 




RICHARD ZALMAN, M.D. 

Muhlenberg 




RICHARD ERIC ZAMARIN, M.D. 

Muhlenberg College 




KENNETH KARAMCHAND 
HANSRAJ, M.D. 

Fairleigh Dickinson University 






ALBERT J. BORELLI, M.D. 

University Of Pennsylvania 



ROBERT GOLDBACH, 
M.D. 

Gannon University 




JEFF M. GREENBLATT, M.D. 

University Of Pennsylvania 



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KENNETH A. ROMERO, M.D. 

Occidental College 





DOUGLAS 
SHOENBERGER, M.D. 

Eckerd College 



RICHARD O. STERN, M.D. 

Swarthmore College 



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The Following Members Of The Class Of 1987 
Were Not Photographed: 

RICHARD T. BEHLKE, M.D. 

Villanova University 

GEOFFREY LYNN, M.D. 

Juniata College 

PETER ROBSON, M.D. 

Swarthmore College 

ANDREW S. WEISS, M.D. 

University Of Pennsylvania 



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CLASS OF 1987 FRESHMAN FOLLIES 



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The Freshman Follies. 
For one hour, we took 
over the stage in Geary 
and vented our collective 
spleen. We poked fun at 
existing caricatures, and 
invented some new ones 
(Chuck Weidanz?). It didn't 
lessen the amount of 
"mush' we had to swallow 
first year, but it did make 
it all a little more 
palatable. 





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'Hey, this thing can tap into Swiss bank accounts!' 



What do you mean rounds started at 6 A.M. 



The author of DSM-IV? 




The Dr. Watson's fan club 



The gang that couldn't see straight 




"For this much . . . I'll do it! 



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'And my wife thinks I'm at the library!' 




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'You can't fool me, guys. This is a lung. 



"We love crustaceans!' 



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We began medical school four years ago, many of us not 
knowing which area of the profession we would eventually 
pursue. During our first three years, we began to experience 
the major specialties. Fourth year brought with it the 
opportunity to sample the various subspecialties, as we were 
asked to decide upon a residency program. All the studying, 
the histories and physicals, the early morning rounds and the 
interviews came together in a crescendo at the end of a long, 
tedious and uncertain process — the Match. 

After pondering Rank Order Lists over and over, trying to 
envision ourselves in the cities and towns of our prospective 
residencey programs, we mailed the envelopes to Illinois. And 
we waited. 

On March 18, 1987 at high noon, our fates (for the next 
several years, at least) were disclosed to us. There were thrills, 
surprises and even some disappointments — not unlike those 
of life, for Match day as well as residency training is just a 
part of the larger scheme. We have chosen careers that are 
more than just jobs — they encompass us in every aspect. It 
is a challenge we look forward to with great anticipation. 




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Geary, and celebrated with 
champagne. Hours later, the 
festivities began at the Panorama 
Club, 1500 Locust Street. With the 
twinkling lights of Philadelphia at 
night as a backdrop, we indulged in 
food and drink, swimming, dancing 
and conversation in celebration of our 
new residencies. 




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Mike Adams 

419 Wyldhaven Road 
Rosemont, Pa. 19010 
Sacred Heart 
Family Practice 

Bradley M. Anderson 

8208 37th NE 

Seattle, Wa. 98115 

Central Maine Medical Center/ Lewiston 

Family Practice 

Corey Dean Arcelay 

c/o Joaquina Vasquez 
2250 Grand Concourse 
Bronx, Ny. 10457 
Emanuel Hospital/ Portland 
Internal Medicine 

Joseph F. Bagnick 

RD 5 Box 378E 
Dallas, Pa. 18612 
Geisinger / 'Dan ville 
Medicine Preliminary 

Barbara J. Barchiesi 

P.O. Box 185 

Crabtree, Pa. 15624 

AMI Presbyterian St. Lukes/Denver 

Transitional Internship 

University of Colorado/ Denver 

Oph thalmology 

Beth Baughman 

402 Brandywine Lane 
King of Prussia. Pa. 19406 
Albert Einstein/ Philadelphia 
General Surgery 

Jeanne Beckwith 

Star Route 

Box 362 

Sheffield, Pa. 16347 

Abington Hospital/ Abington 

Family Practice 

Richard T. Behlke 

213 Woodlawn Ave. 
Clark's Summit, PA 18411 
Allentown Hospital/ Allentown 
Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Joel Alan Bennett 

76 Peregrine Drive 

Voorhees, NJ 08043 

Presbyterian CI. /Philadelphia 

Transitional 

Hahnemann University/ Philadelphia 

Anesthesiology 

Randall R. Benson 

10952 Water Oak Manor 



Boca Raton, FL 33434 
CrozerChester/ Chester 
Medicine Preliminary 
Boston University / Boston 
Neurology 

Peter Berman 

418 Oak Valley Road 
Media, PA 19063 
Carney Hospital/ Boston 
Internal Medicine-Primary Care 

Scott Berman 

Department of Surgery 
825 Fairfax Avenue 
Norfolk, Va. 23501 
Eastern Virginia 
Grad. Sch. of Med./ Norfolk 
General Surgery 

Anita Bhambhani 

2 Mattben Drive 

Warren, N.J. 07060 

Morris to wn Hospital/ Morris to wn 

Internal Medicine 

Albert Joseph Borelli Jr. 

2191 Clairmont Drive 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 15241 

University of Oklahoma /Oklahoma City 

Radiology 

Joseph Brady 

8580 Glen Campbell Road 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19128 
Hahnemann University /Philadelphia 
General Surgery 

Anne Braunstein 

30524 Los Altos Drive 

Redlands, Ca. 92373 

Los Angeles CountyUSC/ Los Angeles 

General Surgery 

Philip P. Brodak 

4729 Brodhead Road 
Aliquippa, Pa. 15001 
Case Western Reserve Univ. Hosp./ 

Cleveland 
Internal Medicine 

J. Scott Brown 

2205 Humphrey Road 

Loomis, Ca. 95650 

Los Angeles CountyUSC/ Los Angeles 

General Surgery 

Leonard L. Brzozowski 

3603 E Ave. 
Erie, Pa. 16504 

Hahnemann University Hospital/ 
Philadelphia 



General Surgery 

Brian Burgess 

2408 17th Street 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 15010 

Winthrop University Hospital/ Mineola 

Internal Medicine 

John Burnett 

826 Oakdale Road 

Johnson City, NY 13790 

Portsmouth Naval Hospital /Portsmouth 

Ruth Caine-Roos 

551 Cornell Ave. 
Swarthmore, Pa. 19081 
CrozerChester Medical Center/Chester 
Medicine Preliminary 

Terrance M. Calder 

282 Logan Street 

Doylestown, Pa. 19044 

San Diego Naval Hospital/San Diego 

Internal Medicine 

Christopher Cannon 

33 Robins Way 
Chadds Ford, PA 19317 
Reading Hospital/ Reading 
Internal Medicine 

Michael Caplan 

50 Longwood Ave. 

Brookline, Mass. 02146 

Faulkner Hospital/ Jamaica Plains 

Preliminary Medicine 

Beth Israel Hospital/Boston 

Psychiatry 

Karl K. Chan 

2035 Spyglass Drive 

San Bruno, Ca. 94066 

Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center/San 

Francisco 
Internal Medicine 

Joy Chernega 

240 Kennedy Street 
State College, PA 16801 
Crozer-Ches ter/Ches ter 
Internal Medicine 

Stephen A. Chidyllo 

Department of Surgery 

170 Williams Street 

New York, N.Y. 10038 

Beekman Downtown Hospital/ New York 

General Surgery 

Simon SJM. Chung 

3900 Chestnut Street #309 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104 



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Graduate Hospital/Philadelphia 

General Surgery 

George Washington University/ 

Washington 
Urology 

David A. Ciarolla 

111 Elm Drive 
Trafford, Pa. 15085 
Mercy Hospital/Pittsburgh 
Internal Medicine 

Elsie Colin 

776 E. 46 Street 
Brooklyn, NY 11203 
Howard Hospital/ Washington 
Internal Medicine 

Diane Corallo 

259 Green Tree Road 

Oaks, Pa. 19456 

University of Rochester/ Rochester 

Oph thalmology 

Benjamin Darhun 

215B Forest Street 
Milmont Park, Pa. 19033 
Reading Hospital/ Reading 
Family Practice 

Daniel Richard Dessables 

112 Herbert Ave. 
Elmont, N.Y. 11003 
L.I. Jewish/ 
Medicine Preliminary 
Mt. Sinai/ New York 
Anes thesiology 

Domenick DiRico 
23 Giarella 
Bethel, Conn. 06801 
Easton Hospital /Easton 
General Surgery 

Eugene Dixon 

318 Heckler Street 
Ambler, Pa. 19002 
SUNY Upstate/ Syracuse 
Urology 

Patricia Dorney 

933-76 Street 
Brooklyn, M.Y. 11228 
UMDNJ/New Brunswick 
Medicine Preliminary 

Scott Duemler 

832 Hanamoor Court 
St. Louis, Mo. 63122 
Allentown Hospital/Allentown 
Transitional 



Tom Duffield 

9477B Ashton Road 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19114 

Memorial Hospital of Burlington County/ 

Family Practice 

Charles Dugan 

Box 281 

Larimer, Pa. 15647 

Forbes Hospital/ Monroeville 

Family Practice 

Carl E. Eby 

Box 331, Rt. #3 
Canton, Pa. 17724 
St. Vincent's Hospital/Erie 
Family Practice 

Todd D. Edwards 

83 State Street 

Everett, Pa. 15537 

University of Pittsburgh/Pittsburgh 

Internal Medicine 

Gregory J. Elberfeld 

233 Dogwood Lane 
Berwyn, Pa. 19312 
Lankenau Hospital/Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

Joseph Fanelle 

331 5th Ave. 
Belmawr, N.J. 08031 
Cooper Hospital /Camden 
Internal Medicine 

Ronald Ferdman 

309V2 Reeves Drive 

Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Childrens Hosp. of Los Angeles/Los 

Angeles 
Pediatrics 

Kathy Fine 

11771 Chenault Street 
Los Angeles, Ca. 90049 
Presbyterian Hospital/Philadelphia 
Medicine Preliminary 
University of Colorado/ Denver 
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 

Gary J. Fishbein 

1005 Lincoln Drive 

Voorhees, N.J. 08043 

University of California at Irvine/Orange 

Internal Medicine 

Robert Fromuth 

1745 East 5th Street 
Port Angeles, Wa. 98362 
Valley Medical Center/ Fresno 
Pediatrics 



Michael Fucci 

9866 Wistaria Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19115 
University of Virginia/Charlottesville 
Internal Medicine 

Robert Goldbach 

ET Winding Way 
Knightsbridge 
Westville, N.J. 08093 
Beaumont 
Internal Medicine 

Christopher Goodman 

151 Upper Gulph Road 

Radnor, Pa. 19087 

University of Michigan Hospital/Ann 

Arbor 
Internal Medicine 

Justin Green 

276 Valley Way 

Montclair, N.J. 07042 

St. Baranabas/ Livingston 

Transitional Year 

University of Michigan/Ann Arbor 

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 

Jeff Greenblatt 

200 West Chester Pike #B4 
Ridley Park, Pa. 19078 
Jefferson University Hospital/ 

Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

Reed Haag 

Box 69A R.D. #2 
Nicholson, Pa. 18446 
Robert Packer Hospital/ Sayre 
Internal Medicine 

Joseph Hakas 

1767 Helen Drive 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 15217 

Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh/ Pittsburgh 

Internal Medicine 

Mathew Hall 

320 Hawthorne Drive 

Lancaster, Pa. 17601 

Robert Packer Hospital/ Sayre 

General Surgery 

Bill Halmi 

831 S. Howard Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19147 

Mercy Catholic Medical Center/ 

Philadelphia 
Medicine Preliminary 

Richard J. Hamilton 

446 North Daggett Street 



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Philadelphia, Pa. 19157 

San Diego Naval Hospital/San Diego 

Transitional 

Ken Hansraj 

1 1 Bobby Lane 
West Nyack, NY 10994 
Hosp. for Special Surgery/NY 
Biomechanic Fellow 

F. Todd Harad 

11994 Lockhart Road 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19116 
Hahnemann University/Philadelphia 
General Surgery 

Cindy Bonham Harney 

360 Honesdale Road 
Waymart, Pa. 18472 
Williamsport Hospital/ Williamsport 
Family Practice 

Sean Patrick Harney 

360 Honesdale Road 
Waymart, Pa. 18472 
Williamsport Hospital/ Williamsport 
Family Practice 

Kirsten Hauer 

320 Cumberland Street 

Lebanon, Pa. 17042 

Medical Center of Delaware/ Newark 

Internal Medicine 

Stuart B. Himmelstein 

395 Marple Road 
Broomall, Pa. 19008 
Cooper Hospital /Camden 
Internal Medicine 

Wei Teresa Hsu 

686 Lawson Ave. 
Havertown, Pa. 19083 
Lankenau Hospital/Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

S. Michael Imperiale, Jr. 

Box 410A 

Country Club Road 

Dallas, Pa. 18612 

Hahnemann Uni versity/ Philadelphia 

Medicine Preliminary 

Craig L. Israelite 

6 Mimosa Circle 
Lafayette Hill Pa. 19444 
Hahnemann University /Philadelphia 
Orthopedics 

Judith Jacobus 

150 Biddle 
Kane, Pa. 16735 



Altoona Hospital/ Altoona 
Family Practice 

Howard Kane 

1037 N. Webster Ave. 

Scranton, Pa. 18510 

Maryland General Hospital/Baltimore 

Medicine/ Oph thalmology 

Kevin Kasper 

80 Stony Brook Road 
Glen Mills, Pa. 19342 
Hahnemann University /Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

David Katz 

2724 Clayton St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19152 
Boston University / Boston 
General Surgery 

Mike Kawaguchi 

12706 Sanford Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90066 
UCLASan Fernando/ Sepulveda 
Medicine Preliminary 
UCDa vis/Sacramento 
Radiology 

Maggi Kemp 

2610 Laurel Lane 
McKeesport, Pa. 15131 
University of Minnesota/Minneapolis 
Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Craig Kimmel 

4021 State Street 

Erie, Pa. 16508 

Bryn Mawr Hospital/ Bryn Mawr 

Family Practice 

Rebecca I. Kimpel 

600 Meadowland Ave. 
Ellwood City, Pa. 16117 
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center/ 

Hanover 
Internal Medicine 

Philip Kistler 

603 N. Walnut Street 
West Chester, Pa. 19380 
Eins tein Northern/Philadelphia 
Anesthesiology 

William Alexander Kistler 

52 Maffet Street 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 18702 

Eastern Maine Medical Center/Bangor 

Family Practice 

Christopher G. Krupp 

8162 Brittany Place 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 15237 

Medical Center Hospital of Vermont/ 

Burlington 
Internal Medicine 

Spencer Kwong 

4431 Capri Way 

Sacramento, Ca. 95822 

Los Angeles CountyUSC/ Los Angeles 

Pediatrics 

Jim Lane 

RD #2 Box 106 
Harmony, Pa. 16037 
St. Vincent/Erie 
Family Practice 

Alan Lee 

1237 S. 53rd Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19143 

Mercy Catholic Medical Center/ 

Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

Lisa C. Lee 

2855 NE Linden Ave. 
Greshan, Or. 97030 
SUNY Downstate/ Brooklyn 
Anesthesiology 

Nicole Lee 

4521 Larch wood Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19143 
Walter Reed Hospital/ Washington 
Internal Medicine 

Cory Lessner 

17 Beacon Hill Drive 
East Brunswick, N.J. 08816 
St. Barnabas/Livingston 
Transitional 

Stuart Levinson 

15712 22nd Ave. 
Whitestone, N.Y. 11357 
Eins tein Northern/ Philadelphia 
Psychiatry 

Karen R. Levy 

7 Yorktown Court 
Blue Bell, Pa. 19422 
Robert Packer Hospital/ Say re 
Internal Medicine 

Giuseppe LiMandri 

102 Edwards 
Hot Springs, Ark. 71923 
Overlook Hospital/ Summit 
Internal Medicine 

Geoffrey Lynn 

Box 1092 RD #2 



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Breiniesville, Pa. 18031 

A Hen town Hospital/ A lien town 

General Surgery 

Bill MacLean 

c/o 18001 Constitution Ave 
Monte Sereno, Ca. 95030 
Cottage Hospital/Santa Barbara 
General Surgery 

Eliot G. Mah 

5355 Covey Creek Circle 

Stockton, Ca. 95207 

University of California at Davis/Davis 

Internal Medicine 

Robert Mangano 

2865 W. 30th Street 
Erie, Pa. 16506 
Albany Med. Ctr./ Albany 
Medicine Preliminary 

Jerry Manoukian 

12356 Priscilla lane 

Los Altos Hills, Ca. 94022 

Santa Clara Medical Center/ Santa Clara 

Internal Medicine 

Mina E. Mark 

21 Locust Lane 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 15241 

Mercy Catholic Medical Center/ Darby 

Medicine Preliminary 

Steven Maron 

P.O. Box 5306 

Oxnard, CA 93031 

Contra Costa Hospital/Martinez 

Family Practice 

Jeanne Marotta 

25 Lake Valhalla 
E. Stroudsburg, Pa. 18301 
Graduate Hospital/Philadelphia 
General Surgery 

Kaveh Matin 

1600 Garrett Rd., Apt. C-309 

tipper Darby, PA 19082 

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center/ Torrence 

Medicine/ Anesthesiology 

Dennis Mayer 

5036 Jackson Ave. 
Pennsauken, N.J. 08110 
Cooper Hospital /Camden 
General Surgery 

Joe McAllister 

5912 Houghton Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 19128 

Abington Memorial Hospital/ Abington 



Internal Medicine 

James F. McGuckin, Jr. 

c/o Case Western Res. (Jniv. 

Cleveland, OH 

Case Western Reserve University/ 

Cleveland 
Orthopedics 

Wilfred McKenzie 

1013 E. 212 Street 

Bronx, NY 10469 

Booth Memorial Hospital/New York 

Internal Medicine 

Elon Mehr 

801 Magnolia Drive 

Franklin Square, N.Y. 11010 

Winthrop University Hospital/ Mineola 

Medicine Preliminary 

Johns Hopkins Hospital/ Baltimore 

Anesthesiology 

Ken Mendelson 

1298 Shaw Place 

Seaford, NY 11783 

Portsmouth Naval Hospital/ Portsmouth 

Internal Medicine 

Sheldon Meshulam 

10877 Rose Ave #3 

Los Angeles, CA 90034 

Childrens Hosp. of San Francisco/San 

Francisco 
Internal Medicine 

Howard M. Metzger 

7 Monroe Court RD #4 
Princeton, N.J. 08540 
University of Colorado/ Denver 
Family Practice 

Stephen J. Migliori 

18 Applewood Road 

Cranston, R.I. 02920 

University of Minnesota/Minneapolis 

General Surgery 

Thomas Mikolinnas 

171 Providence Street 
Worcester, Mass. 01604 
St. Vincents/ Worcester 
Medicine Preliminary 

John Moran 

8150 Moro Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19136 
Hahnemann University/Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

Thomas Morris 

2769 Millwood Court 



Decatur, GA 30033 

University of Wisconsin/Madison 

Internal Medicine 

Michael C. Mullins 

5401 N. Placita Doblata 

Tucson, Az. 85718 

University of Oklahoma/Oklahoma City 

Transitional 

Kirk James Murphy 

960 Singingwood Drive 
Arcadia, Ca. 91006 
UCLASan Fernando Valley 
Psychiatry 

Andrew H. Murr 

29 Hickory Place 

Livingston, N.J. 07039 

Beth Israel/New York 

Surgery 

St. Louis University 

Otolaryngology 

Michael A. Musho 

500 Twining Road 
Dresher, Pa. 19025 
Abington Hospital/ Abington 
Internal Medicine 

Steven Naide 

412 Meadow Lane 

Merion, Pa. 19066 

Hahnemann University/ Philadelphia 

Orthopedics 

Jeffrey H. Nard 

628 Whistler Drive 

Rochester, Pa. 15074 

Portsmouth Naval Hospital/ Portsmouth 

Psychiatry / Administration 

Anders Nelson 

142 Michigan Ave., N.E. 
Washington, D.C. 20017 
Children's Hospital/ Washington DC 
Pediatrics 

Richard P. O'Flynn 

461 Argyle Road 
Drexel Hill, Pa. 19026 
Mercy Catholic Hospital/ Darby 
General Surgery 

Macaulay Ojeaga 

325 N. 15th Street, Apt. 1603 
Philadelphia, PA 19102 
Maryland General/ Baltimore 
Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Steve Opsasnick 

903 Stafford Ave. 



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Scranton, Pa. 18505 
Abington Hospital/ Abington 
Internal Medicine 

Kenneth Ostermann 

Rd #5 

Waterford, Pa. 16441 
University of Colorado/ Denver 
Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Patricia Papadopoulos 

100 Winchester Drive 

Belleville, III. 62223 

New York Hospital/ Mew York 

Pediatrics 

Bryan Patrick 

c/o Robert Packer Hospital 
Department of Surgery 
Sayre, Pa. 18840 
Robert Packer Hospital /Say re 
General Surgery 

Elaine S. Paul 

c/o Mr. Norman Paul 
18 High Ridge Road 
Rockville, Conn. 06066 
Abington Hospital/ Abington 
Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Robert Peck 

4235 Baltimore Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104 
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center/ 

Hanover 
Psychiatry 

An H. Pham 

3300 Midvale Ave. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19129 
Hahnemann University/Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

Nancy Poehlmann 

15 S. Sylvania Ave. 

Rockledge, Pa. 19111 

Hahnemann University/Philadelphia 

Pediatrics 

Christopher Pyne 

Box 557 

West Dennis, MA 02670 

Roger Williams Hosp./ Providence 

Internal Medicine 

llene Rabin 

591 Meadowland Ave. 

Kingston, Pa. 18704 

Robert Packer Hospital/ Sayre 

Internal Medicine 

Nader Rahmanian 



1222 Alden Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19147 
Cooper Medical Center /Camden 
Internal Medicine 

Laura Hartman Rand 

2021 S. Capella Court 
Costa Mesa, Ca. 92626 
Cedars-Sinai Hospital/Los Angeles 
Internal Medicine 

Lenore Buntin Roberts 

40 West Mill Road 
Flourtown, Pa. 19031 
Abington Hospital/ Abington 
Internal Medicine 

Peter Robson 

2727 White wood Road 
Bethlehem, Pa. 18017 
Allentown Hospital/ Allentown 
Transitional 

Hilton J. Rodriguez 

27 E. Central Ave. Apt. J-7 

Paoli, Pa. 19301 

Medical College of Virginia/ Richmond 

Pediatrics 

Jeff Romeo 

590 El Dorado Ave., Apt 108 
Piedmont, Ca. 94611 
Kaiser /Oakland 
Internal Medicine 

Kenneth Romero 

12639 Elkwood Street 
N. Hollywood, CA 91605 
Maricopa Med. Ctr. /Phoenix 
Medicine Preliminary 

Michael Rosen 

4 Thistle Court 
Wilmington, De. 19810 
Chestnut Hill Hospital/ Philadelphia 
Family Practice 

Tony Roth 

110 Highgate Lane 
Cherry Hill N.J. 08003 
Hahnemann University/ Philadelphia 
Medicine Preliminary /Radiology 

Susan Rowling 

700 Hanford Place 
Westfield, N.J. 07090 
Presbyterian Hospital/ Philadelphia 
Medicine Preliminary 
Temple Hospital /Philadelphia 
Radiology 

Michael Rupp 



c/o Robert Packer Hospital 
Sayre, PA 18840 
Robert Packer Hospital/ Sayre 
Internal Medicine 

David J. Salinger 

2227 Green Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19130 
Presbyterian Hospital /Philadelphia 
Medicine Preliminary 
Hahnemann University /Philadelphia 
Radiation Therapy 

Barry Samlin 

9244 Old Newton Road 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19115 
Albert Einstein/ Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

Fania L. Samuels 

2050 Cherry Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 
Hahnemann University /Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

Louis Edward Samuels 

2050 Cherry Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19103 
Hahnemann University /Philadelphia 
General Surgery 

Sue A. Schemel 

109 Pawne Road 

Cranford, NJ 07016 

Los Angeles County-USC/Los Angeles 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Roberta (Bobbi) Scherr 

1146 Dixon Lane 

Warminster, PA 18974 

Hunterdon Medical Center /Flemington 

Family Medicine 

Patricia Schrader 

512 Mercer Street 
Gloucester, PA 08030 
Easton Hospital/ Easton 
General Surgery 

Audrey Seidel 

2221 Delancey Place 
Philadelphia, PA 19103 
New York Hospital/ New York City 
Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Joseph Seprosky 

515 Susquehanna Street 

Forest City, PA 

Wilkes Barre Gen. Hosp./ Wilkes Barre 

Family Practice 

Sunil Sharma 



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81 Crescent Drive 
Searington, NY 11507 
Packer Hospital/ Say re 
Internal Medicine 

John Shen 

1164 Polaris Circle 

Pittsburgh, PA 15241 

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Internal Medicine 

Owen Shibata 

3660 Oakes Drive 
Hayward, CA 94542 

Douglas Shoenberger 

2406 Hamilton St. 

Allentown, PA 18104 

Sacred Heart Hospital/ Allentown 

Family Medicine 



James Shope 

408 Buchert Rd. 
Pottstown, PA 
Ohio Valley Med. 
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Ctr./ Wheeling Valley 



Donna Showers 

242 Maxson Rd. 
Lancaster, PA 17601 
Abington Mem. Hosp./Abington 
General Surgery 

Jeffrey Silveira 

5645 East Peach Ave. 

Manpeca, CA 95336 

Tripler Army Med. Ctr. /Honolulu 

Transitional 

Archie Sirianni 

1457 Lamplighter Lane 

Gwynedd, PA 19436 

Oakland Naval Hospital/Oakland, CA 

Internal Medicine 

Karen Smith 

134 South Poplar St. 
Hazleton, PA 18201 
Hahnemann Univ. /Philadelphia 
Pediatrics 

Sandra Smith 

323 Styer Road 
Glenmoore, PA 19343 
Geisinger Med. Ctr. /Danville 
Pediatrics 

Larry Sokolic 

6748 Horrocks St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19149 
Univ. of Texas/Galveston 
Internal Medicine 



Jonathan Spivack 

2221 Delancey Place 
Philadelphia, PA 19103 
N.Y. Med. Metro./NYC 
Internal Medicine 
Mt. Sinai Hosp./NYC 
Neurology 

Richard Stern 

65 Centennial St. 
Pompano Beach, FL 33067 
Mercy Catholic/Darby, PA 
Internal Medicine 
Jackson Mem. Hosp. /Miami 
Anesthesiology 

Samuel Stierman 

8 Augusta Ave. 
Edison, NJ 08820 
Univ. of S. Florida/ Tampa 
Internal Medicine 

Marc Tecce 

1025 Sentry Lane 
Gladwyne, PA 19035 
Presbyterian Univ. /Pittsburgh 
Internal Medic jne 

Karen Tom 

1214 Nehoa St. 
Honolulu, HI 96822 
Presbyterian/ Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

Alan Tong 

10161 Donna Ave. 
Northridge, CA 91324 
UC Irvine/ Orange, CA 
Pediatrics 

Rosaire Verna 

P.O. Box 4888 

Santa Rosa, CA 95402 

Comm. Hosp. of Santa Rosa/Santa Rosa 

Family Practice 

Deirdre Victor Walsh 

705 Spice Bush Lane 
Ambler, PA 19002 
Temple Univ. Hosp. /Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

Linda Wake 

17 Crossway 
Scarsdale, NY 10583 
Cooper Hospital /Camden 
Internal Medicine 

Jay Weinstein 

91 -03 153rd Ave. 
Howard Beach, NY 11414 
St. Vincent Hosp. /NY 



Medicine Preliminary 

Allan S. Weiss 

2780 Provincial Rd. 

Ann Arbor, Ml 48104 

St. Joseph Mercy Hosp. /Ann Arbor, Ml 

Medicine Preliminary 

VA Wadsworth/Los Angeles, CA 

Neurology 

Andrew S. Weiss 

1207 Rodman St. 
Philadelphia, PA 19147 

Sean B. White 

64 Federal St. 
Brunswick, ME 04011 
Jefferson Univ. /Philadelphia 
Pediatrics 

Jeanine Whitehead 

1 1 East Avenue 

Bayville, NY 11709 

Winthrop Univ. Hosp./Mineola, NY 

Internal Medicine 

Richard Zalman 

2659 Bonnie Lane 
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006 
Einstein Northern/Philadelphia 
Internal Medicine 

Richard Iric Zamarin 

1723 Faunce Street 
Philadelphia, PA 19111 
Hahnemann University/Philadelphia 
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With Love And Great Pride, 

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Jason Brajer, M.D. 

Pietro Colonna-Romano, M.D. 

Seth Fisher, M.D. 

Jeffrey Fletcher, Ph.D. 

Dennis Gray, M.D. 

Jan Horrow, M.D. 

M. Mehdi Keykhah, M.D. 

Jerry Levitt, M.D. 



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Nagaraj Lingaraju, M.D. 

Meir Mazala, M.D. 

Ruby Padolina, M.D. 

Henry Price, M.D. 
David Seitman, M.D. 
John Shutack, D.O. 

Janet Siler, M.D. 
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Department Of Surgery 



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Professor and Chairman 

Leonard Stanton, M.S. 

Professor Emeritus 



Professors 

John Antoniades, M.D. 
Millard N. Croll, M.D. 
John L. Day, Ph.D. 
David Ewing, Ph.D. 
Donald S. Faust, M.D. 
John R. Glassburn, M.D. 
Ned D. Heindel, Ph.D. 
David A. Lightfoot, M.A. 

Visiting Professors 

Paul S. Friedman, M.D. 
Victor A. Marcial, M.D. 

Research Professor 

Philip Hodes, M.D. 

Associate Professors 

Beatriz E. Amendola, M.D. 
Kristina Antoniades, M.D. 
H. Donald Burns, Ph.D. 
Paul L. Carmichael, M.D. 
Jeffrey I. Damsker, M.D. 
Takashi Honda, M.D. 
Arnold M. Markoe, M.D., Sc. D. 
George E. McCarthy, M.D. 
Sriprayoon Prasasvinichai, M.D. 
William Serber, M.D. 
Richard J. Torpie, M.D. 

Clinical Associate Professors 

Bizhan Micaily, M.D. 
Erwin Tepper, M.D. 



Visiting Associate Professors 

Felipe A. Calvo, M.D. 
Leonard C. Griff, M.D. 
Norman Schulman, M.D. 

Assistant Professors 

Robert J. Bertoli, M.D. 
Edward Moo-Wong Choi, M.D. 
Simin Dadparvar, M.D. 
Estella F. Graeffe, M.D. 
Carolyn J. Horowitz, M.D., Ph.D. 
Horace M. Jacobson, M.D. 
Glf Karlsson, M.D. 
Charles H. Miller, Jr., M.S. 
Warren Sewall, M.D. 
E. H. Synn, Ph.D. 
Jay Wenger, M.D. 
David V. Woo, Ph.D. 

Visiting Assistant Professors 

Martin Entine, D.D.S. 
Natalie Foster, Ph.D. 
Scott Landvatter, Ph.D. 
Kashinath Sahoo, M.D. 
Stephen Senderoff, Ph.D. 
Frank J. Szarko, M.D. 

Senior Instructors 

Jacqueline G. Emrich, B.S. 
Scot A. Fisher, D.O. 
Keith Games, M.S. 
Mary J. Lansu, B.S. 
Jonathan D. Rubin, M.D. 
Walter J. Slizofski, M.D. 
Reginald Woodleigh, M.D. 



CONGRATULATIONS 

AND BEST WISHES 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1987 




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DEPARTMENT 

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